Transcript for Celebrities like LeBron James, Jennifer Lopez push for high voter turnout
seriously. We are here with more on the push to the polls. Reporter: Can you believe we're just 16 days out from the election, and you see ballot boxes like this behind me. And now celebrities are pushing to make sure that voter turnout is as high as possible. This morning an urgent push to get out the vote. Women's marches this weekend from DC to L.A. With a specific emphasis. Go out and vote, man. Both parties pushing more to show up to the polls. The RNC announced committing 60 million to a campaign this month with social media, text messages, and e-mail. Michelle Obama teaming up with Lebron James and more. Starting today they're providing tpgs and personal protective equipment for voters. If we want change we have to make it ours. Michelle Obama sending this challenge on Twitter to round up a voting swaug. Celebrities responding in mass. If you vote early, do it now. I'm voting this year because we'll, come on. Do you know how to vote? Lady gaga pinning this song. Have the last four numbers of your social security number and you'll need your home address. The importance of the latinx vote is front and center. The RNC made this site late that's month entirely in Spanish. The Bidens sitting down with j.lo and her fiance Aaron Rodriguez. I'm representing moms, Latinos, Americans. We're thrills and we're excited to vote. This is exclusive peeks from "Drag out the vote" a non-profit aimed at the lbgtq community. 100 million people did not vote in the last election. 100 million people and that was so shocking to me. Social media giants Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat trying to improve those numbers. All pushing registration for users. Snapchat announcing it helped 750,000 of it's U.S. Users register to vote. Thank you, Dan. To find out how you can vote go to 538.com and you will find a state by state guide for voting in the age of covid.
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